January 3, 2014

While discussing SPIDER-MAN...


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  1. If this guy is 10 or younger, this is really cute. If he's any older, this is really strange.

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    1. I dunno, I think it's kinda adorable regardless of how old he is.

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    2. There is no "kids" label

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  2. That would actually ruin the suspence for Spiderman, as his sense would only be triggered when there's actual danger…

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  3. Not to go idiotically nerdy here but I think the Spidy-sense only goes off when he is in danger, not others. I am now ashamed for posting this.

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    1. We're all nerds here WE HAVE NO SHAME

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    2. ONE OF US! ONE OF US! GOOBLE GOBBLE!

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  4. That's... that's a perfectly awesome hilarious idea! Now I want to see something like that happen in Ultimate Spidey cartoon.

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  5. If wikipedia can be believed, his Spidey-sense seems to be at least somewhat attached to his consciousness. It alerts him to observers or cameras while he's changing his costume. Spiders have no innate sense of preservation of an alter-ego, so it must work on what Peter perceives to be a threat at a given time. If, in fact, Peter watches a really good horror movie that sucks him in, his spider sense might start registering "false positives," just like how a good horror movie makes us second guess the shape of the shadows in our bedroom.

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  6. In a way, we all get spidey-senses tingling when we watch horror movies. A good movies plays on our sense of danger and still manages to surprise us with it.

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  7. That reminds me of a Hembeck strip showing Billy Batson watching Gomer Pyle and turning into Captain Marvel when Gomer exclaimed "Shazam!"

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